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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Sea and containing the word william turner, oil, romanticism, beach, birth and containing the word death, sea



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Edvard Munch - MelancholyMelancholyEdvard Munch

Edvard Munch believed that humans are helpless in the face of love and death, his symbolist paintings often depicted emotions of despair and anxiety. Melancholy is part of a series that Munch worked on after his friend Jappe Nilssen encountered a heartbreak after getting tangled in a love triangle w...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
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William Turner - Peace - Burial at SeaPeace - Burial at SeaWilliam Turner

Peace - Burial at Sea is an oil on canvas painting by the English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker William Turner. A haunting tribute to David Wilkie, who had died and been buried at sea off Gibraltar the previous year, on his way back from a visit to the Holy Land. It was p...

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Ivan Aivazovsky - The Ninth WaveThe Ninth WaveIvan Aivazovsky

The Ninth Wave is Aivazovsky’s most famous work, the work refers to a popular legend of the 'ninth wave' which is the largest and most treacherous wave that comes after a series of big waves. The painting depicts a small group of people clinging to debris during the break of day. The light shining t...

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Julian Alden Weir - On the ShoreOn the ShoreJulian Alden Weir

Kandinsky’s On White II expresses an intelligent combination of the two main colors in the painting: black and white. Kandinsky used color to represent more than just shapes and figures in his paintings. In this painting the many dimensions of the color white is used to represent the many possibilit...

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William Turner - Fishermen at SeaFishermen at SeaWilliam Turner
91 x 122 cm, (1796)

Fishermen at Sea is a oil on canvas painting by the English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker William Turner. It was painted in 1796. This painting (91 x 122 cm) is currently housed in the Tate Collection.